Don't-Miss Weird stuff Stories
Even if you don't like Skrillex terribly much, you're probably going to love this particular rendition of "Bangarang."
Want to stuff live light art into your bicycle wheels? If MonkeyLetric get their way, you'll be able to.
Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.
We take a look at the recent HAXLR8R demo day, showcasing devices from hardware designers who've gotten a crash course in getting a viable product to the marketplace.
Okay, so it might be half of Earth, but this structurally correct replica still looks delicious.
Ever wondered what would happen if someone added a spot of food coloring to cafe latte art? Awesome happens, that's what.
Google just acquired a company that makes flying wind turbines that can harness wind power anywhere.
Even astronauts on missions in space can enjoy pizzas with a 3D printer for food.
Summer's almost here. Hooray! But before you dust off that barbecue, consider using one of those old computer towers for your cookout.
From bartending robots to giant board games, this year's Bay Area Maker Faire was full of fun and unique exhibits. But what else would you expect from a fair that encourages creativity and a DIY-spirit?
Engineers from Duke University have used a non-industrial grade 3D printer to create a clocking device that you could fabricate at home.
In order to bridge the gap between owners’ busy schedules and pets’ overall gullibleness, Petcube allows users to entertain their pets with a remote-controlled laser pointer over the Web.
Micro 3-D Printer creates highly precise objects by forging them out of photosensitive material using lasers.
For those of you that like to show off with a big, flashy belt buckles, take a look at this DIY gaming-themed one—one that you can actually play.
Former Baltimore cop Mark Haywood builds functional humanoid robot from household appliances.